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Turkey in Eurabia

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Apr 7, 2009 at 07:51

Hi, Daniella !

You wrote :

> Taking these and Turkey's obvious anti-democratic behaviour into account, it should be seriously considered whether this country should still have the right to remain in the organisation, unless NATO defines a new goal, namely promoting Islamism. <

If I am not mistaken during the last few years NATO has been in the forefront of this pro-Islamic agenda. It's been promoting Islamism more through deeds than words. It has created two Moslem states in the Balkans, viz. Bosnia and Kosovo. It has knocked down and demonized the state that fought against these jihadist movements, viz. Serbia. It didn't move a finger while the Christian monuments and culture of this country were being desecrated and destroyed by NATO jihadist mercenaries. It has blackmailed or deceived the country that tried to protect Serbia and stop this sinister development, viz. Russia. (Where are the Russian troops promised once to help keep peace in Kosovo? ) Now NATO is pretending nothing has ever happened whereas its Balkan jihadist pupils are being re-armed, re-organized and reinforced ideologically and finacially by global jihadist forces like those of Saudi wahhabism.

What other proofs do you need to realize what NATO is at present all about ? Al-Qaida and all its branches couldn't have done a better job on behalf of Islam than NATO did in the name of ideals despised by Moslems !

> As a European, I must also add that Turkey's full membership in the European Union would more than likely show similar patterns, as it can already be observed, keeping an eye on the manners of the accession talks. Turkey's membership would largely paralyze the EU's ability to act as a united political and economic power, as its frames assured by guiding principles of democracy, freedom and the rule of law would no longer be able to stand.<

Do you really believe that the EU has anything to do with 'principles of democracy, freedom and the rule of law" ? The Brussels oligarchs are building Eurabia - a Euro-Moslem empire where all of these fine humanistic achievements of our ancestors are inapplicable, perverted or simply become a farce. Brussels itself is up to 40% Moslem city. The spirit that prevails there is not European at all. It consistently curbs freedom of crititical speech , silenced routinely as 'hate speech'. Amongst its project there is one making it possible to track and jail politicial opponents and radical critics in every EU country at the demand of Brussels. Small wonder teh EU is preferably refered to as the EUSSR.

The actual power in the EU is concentrated in the hands of the undemocratically appointed European Commission and here again it is further concentrated in its powerful president. They don't just decide what is to be done. They can initiate laws ! No one knows how exactly the important EU decisions are made. And this secrecy at the highest level is the most essential part of the anti-democratic EU system. That the decisions are bought behind the closed door is obvious and certain.

Just look at recommendations of the EU Commission. E.g. in 1991 they issued recommendation nr 1162 on Islam's 'contribution to European civilization'. They had organized a pseudo-scientific conference in Paris earlier that year and its biased and ahistorical conclusions became the foundations of today's EU fateful policy towards Islam, i.e. are the legal basis for accelerated Islamization of Europe we are witnessing now.

The voting in EU organs is usually a formality without importance as all things are arranged before it takes place in a narrow circle. Citizens have less and less influence on the arbitrary decisions made up there in Brussels palaces.Those who make these decisions can feel uncontrolled and unaccountable. Whom should one prosecute for Recommendation nr 1162 e.g. ? Even if they don't call themselves satraps , they should feel to be ones. Remember how perfidiously they re-imposed the EU constitution rejected by popular vote in France and Holland ! They just copied it, altered its name ( "Reform Treaty") and sold it back through corrupt national parliaments explaining that we Euroepans are too stupid to decide the validity of such a sacred document ! Typical mean EU fraud ! And how sweetly they extoll whatever pleases them and enhances their power and salaries! What a disgusting Oriental masequarde this EU is !

But now playing the devil's advocate for a moment, in this context Turkey's memebership in Eurabia is the most logical, necessary and welcome move. It will strenghten the very element , viz. Islam, which the EU bosses are overprivileging and increasingly relying upon at the expense of Europe's traditional cultures. 70 mln aggressive Turkish Moslems would dump or simply terrorize much of anti-EU opposition, create a new cause for the leftist satraps to care for ( 'Islamophobia' 'discrimination of new EU citizens of Islamic faith' and other propaganda rubbish). And in the long run it would make inevitable introducing despotic measures and ways without which no empire (not even its so far soft EU edition) can function. All this will be done for our good , of course- to protect us, our future etc. etc. All despotisms have always been based on high moral claims and standards, as we know. We will lose our freedom but in exchange will get a "perfect peaceful world" - EU version for sure! What a relief, isn't it?

So Turkey must become part of the EU (Eurabia) and I am sure the decision on that account was made a long time ago in Brussels (before the accession talks were started) and now it's only a technical problem of how to sell this despotic and anti-European project to the European public. It's just as technical a problem as once was the problem of how to sell the EU constitution despite its rejection by the voters. The solution was found soon and so it was sold under the cloak of the Reform Treaty.

As to Islam, in my opinion this oppressive and medieval religion is the key to understanding the whole of the EU. The EU is being engaged now in a unique and devastating social , racial and political engineering project to erode and wipe out Europe's millenia-old identity and civilization which hinders political power so much by its skepticism, freedoms and distrust of the ruling oligarchies. So it must be replacing it with despotism in the oriental style and with slave mentality typical of Islam, Moslems and so alien to all Europe stands for. Europe has a great culture but seen by politicians this very culture and mindset is Europe's curse. Politcians don't want a Europe that restricts their power. What they need is something different. They can't find it here , so they they have decided to bring the despotic East to Europe and have it their way cost what it may. In this dirty experiment Turkey may well serve as a model of how to achieve the desirable results, i.e. have more uncontrolled power preserving old democratic and secular window-dressing. Far from being unwelcome to the Brussels satraps , Turkey may well teach them many a useful trick of how to stay in power and rouse popular enthusiasm for selfish, nasty and anti-European political projects.

Best regards,

Ianus

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